Why yes, it is another GT update.
As I said in a comment last week, we had to put the Cone o’ Shame back on him, because he scratched his cheek too much and gouged some furrows.
But he seems to have healed nicely, and he is once again collar-free. We’re hoping he’ll keep his claws out of his face and finish healing. It’s a good sign that the fur is starting to grow back in on his cheek, even if there’s still some scabbing on his ear.
He’s eating well–we’re starting to transition him off of the gooshy food and back to the same krunchiez we’ve been giving him and the other outdoor cats–and he’s decided that he likes the bed Maggie assembled for him.
And yes, he’s also decided that getting his chin and ears scratched is totally delightful and justification for the existence of bipeds.
For all the time we’ve been feeding him outside, we thought he was mute. Turns out he just didn’t have anything to say. Once we introduced the ear scratching, he decided to grace us with his purr. And what a beautiful chirring purr it is.
Aw, what a pretty guy. And what a musical purr. He ought to have a home in no time. He could cure PTSD, social anxiety, depression and probably heartburn.
Not to mention “eczema, seborrhea, and the heartbreak of psoriasis“. All in a cute, cuddly package.
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